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Thyrotoxic periodic paralysis (TPP) occurs occasionally in patients with hyperthyroidism, with the manifestations being mainly hypokalemia and sudden muscle weakness. According to the literature records and case review, it was more likely to occur in Asians, with the incidence of hyperthyroidism in Asian patients about 2%, while that in North America was about 0.1% ~ 0.2%, and most aged 20 ~ 40 years old.
If you are pregnant accidentally, you should inform your doctor immediately and receive treatment.
Recently, some family doctors call to ask about the treatment of hypothyroidism. What can be done to make up for it? In addition to increasing the dose of thyroxine, factors affecting the absorption of thyroxine should also be considered.
Early thyroid nodules are usually asymptomatic until they reach a certain size and the patient can feel the protrusion in the lower part of the neck, which is diagnosed by the doctor.
Excessive iodine intake can also lead to thyroid enlargement and thyroid disease. High iodine substances such as kelp, laver and seaweed paste should not be excessively supplemented in daily life.
In general, patients with hypothyroidism will suffer from cold intolerance, dry hair and easy hair loss, fatigue, mucoedema combined with overweight, in addition to constipation.
Derived from follicular epithelial cells, which account for about 50% to 70% of thyroid cancer, the tumor grows most slowly and usually remains localized for many years.
Pregnancy can lead to physiological changes in the thyroid gland, further affecting thyroid function test results. In the early stages of pregnancy, these results can lead to a report of hyperthyroidism, which is normal and does not require further treatment or correction.
The thyroid gland is mainly in charge of the internal metabolism regulation mechanism of the body.
The clinical symptoms of hypothyroidism include: joint pain, intolerance of cold, constipation, depression, inability to concentrate, dry skin, fatigue, sparse hair, hair loss, poor memory, menorrhagia, muscle ache, weakness and weight gain.